A newlywed same-sex couple is suing a restaurant that refused to host its rehearsal dinner because a manager said that big groups of gay parties are “especially bad for feng shui.” The Daily News reports that Barrett Greene and Thomas Eng, since married, had already put a deposit down at Amber Village, a West Village Asian fusion restaurant, when an employee gave them the puzzling news. Are large groups of gays prone to displacing furniture and plants? Apparently one restaurant manager thinks so. New York State’s Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Act (SONDA) prohibits employers and places of public accommodations from discriminating based on sexual orientation. However, the law doesn’t say anything about discriminating on the basis of a large group’s proclivity for ruining the flow of chi in a room.